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Articles  (46 publications) 

(All articles the last author is primary author except where noted)

 

Somasundaram P, Wyrick GR, Fernandez DC, Ghahari A, Pinhal CM, Simmonds Richardson M, Rupp AC, Cui L, Wu Z, Brown RL, Badea TC, Hattar S, Robinson PR (2017) C-terminal phosphorylation regulates the kinetics of a subset of melanopsin-mediated behaviors in mice” PNAS 114(10):2741-2746. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1611893114

 

Keenan WT, Rupp AC, Ross RA, Somasundaram P, Hiriyanna S, Wu Z, Badea TC, Robinson PR, Lowell BB, Hattar SS (2016) A visual circuit uses complementary mechanisms to support transient and sustained pupil constriction. Elife.5. pii: e15392. doi: 10.7554/eLife.15392.

 

Fasick JI, Robinson PR. Adaptations of Cetacean Retinal Pigments to Aquatic Environments. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2016 Jun 23;4:70.

 

Brown, R.L., Camacho, E., Cameron,E.G., Hamlet, C., Hoffman, K.,Kang, H-W., Robinson, P.R., Williams, K. , Wyrick, G.R. A stochastic model of the melanopsin phototransduction cascade. In Applications of Dynamical Systems in Biology and Medicine Volume. 158:175-195. Springer, (2015). (authors in alphabetical order)

 

Cameron,E.G. and Robinson P.R. (2014) Beta-arrestin dependent deactivation of mouse melanopsin  PLOS ONE;9(11):e113138. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0113138.

 

Porter, M.L., McCready,R., Kingston, A., Cameron, E.G., Hofmann, C., Suarez, L.,  Glenn H. Olsen, Thomas W. Cronin, Robinson, P.R (2014) Visual pigments, oil droplets, lens, and cornea characterization in the whooping crane (Grus americana).  Journal of Experimental Biology 217(Pt 21):3883-90. doi: 10.1242/jeb.108456. Epub 2014

 

Blasic Jr., J, Matos-Cruz,V., Ujla, D. Cameron, E.C., Hattar, S., Halpern, M.E.,Robinson, P.R. (2014) Identification of the phosphorylation sites of melanopsin involved in deactivation. Biochemistry :53(16):2644-9. doi: 10.1021/bi401724r

 

Blasic ,JR,Jr., Brown,R.L. and Robinson, P.R. (2012) Phosphorylation of Mouse Melanopsin by Protein Kinase A. to PlOS . 7(9):e45387. doi: 10.1371

 

Blasic, J. R., Brown, R. L., .Robinson, P. R. (2012) Light-dependent phosphorylation of the carboxy tail of mouse melanopsin. Cell Mol Life Sci. 69:1551-1562.

 

Matos-Cruz V, Blasic J, Robinson, PR, Hattar , S,  Halpern, M ( 2011) Unexpected diversity and photoperiod dependence of the zebrafish melanopsin system. PLOS One  6(9):25111

 

Porter, M.L., Blasic,J., BokM., Cameron,E., Cronin,T.W., Robinson, P.R. (2011) Opsin Evolution: The big picture. Proc Biol Sci. 2012 Jan 7;279(1726):3-14

 

Carvalho LS, Davies WL, Robinson PR, Hunt DM. (2011) Spectral tuning and evolution of primate short-wavelength-sensitive visual pigments. Proc Biol Sci. 2012 Jan 22;279(1727):387-93.

 

Cronin TW, Porter ML, Bok MJ, Wolf JB, Robinson PR. (2010) The molecular genetics and evolution of colour and polarization vision in stomatopod crustaceans. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. 2010 Sep;30(5):460-9

 

Porter , M. l.M. J. Bok , P.R. Robinson and T.W. Cronin  (2009) Molecular diversity of     visual pigments in Stomatopoda (Crustacea). Visual Neuroscience. 26(3):255-65

 

Walker MT, Brown RL, Cronin TW, Robinson PR  (2008) Photochemistry of retinal chromophore in mouse melanopsin. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 105(26):8861-5.

 

Nickle B., P.R. Robinson ( 2007). The opsins of the vertebrate retina: insights from structural, biochemical, and evolutionary studies. Cell Mol Life Sci. 64(22):2917-32.

 

Ascano, M.T., W.C. Smith, S.K. Gregurick, and P.R. Robinson (2006). Characterization of Arrestin Residues Involved in the Functional Binding of Arrestin to Phosphorylated Photolyzed Rhodopsin Molecular. Vision. 12:1516-25..

 

 

Nickle B. S. E. Wilkie, J. A. Cowing, D. M. Hunt and P.R. Robinson.  (2006)  Vertebrate opsins belonging to different classes vary in constitutively active properties resulting from salt-   bridge mutations. Biochemistry  45(23):7307-13..

 

 

Ascano, M. and P.R. Robinson.  (2006)  Differential Phosphorylation of the Rhodopsin Cytoplasmic Tail Mediate The Binding of Arrestin and Its Splice Variant, p44. Biochemistry 45(7):2398-407.

 

 

Newman, L.A. and P.R. Robinson.   (2006) The Visual pigments of the West Indian manatee Trichechus manatus). Vision Research 46(20):3326-30.

 

 

Spady,T.C., J.W. Parry , P.R. Robinson , Hunt DM, Bowmaker JK, Carleton KL. (2006) Evolution of the Cichlid Visual Palette Through Ontogenetic Subfunctionalization of the Opsin Gene Arrays. Mol Biol Evol 23(8):1538-1547.

 

 

Newman, L.A. and P.R. Robinson.   (2005)  Cone Visual Pigments of Aquatic Mammals. Visual Neuro Science 22:1-7.

 

 

Ling Y, Ascano M, Robinson P, Gregurick SK. (2004) Experimental and computational studies of the desensitization process in the bovine rhodopsin-arrestin complex. Biophys             J.86:2445-54.

 

 

Newman LA, Walker MT, Brown RL, Cronin TW, Robinson PR. (2003) Melanopsin forms functional short-wavelength photopigment. Biochemistry. 11;42(44):12734-8.

 

 

Cowing J.A., Poopalasundaram S., Wilkie S.E., Robinson P.R., Bowmaker, J.K., Hunt D.M. (2002) The molecular mechanism for the spectral shifts between vertebrate ultraviolet and violet-sensitive cone visual pigments.  Biochem J. 367:129-35.

 

 

McDowell JH, P.R. Robinson, R.L.Miller , M.T. Brannock,A. Arendt , W.C.Smith, P.A. Hargrave. (2001) Activation of arrestin: requirement of phosphorylation as negative                                     charge on residues in synthetic peptides from the carboxyl-terminal region of rhodopsin. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci.  42:1439-43

 

 

Fasick, J.I. and P.R. Robinson  (2000)  Marine mammal rhodopsins  are tuned to the ambient light at the depth of foraging.  Visual Neuroscience 17:781-788 .

 

Wilkie, S.E., D. Das, M. Wright, T.W. Cronin, P.R. Robinson, J.K. Bowmaker and D.M. Hunt (2000) Spectral tuning of violet/UV sensitive visual pigments.  Biochemistry. 239(27):7895-901.

 

Brannock, M., K. Weng and P.R. Robinson  (1999)  Rhodopsin’s carboxyl terminal threonines are required for the arrestin mediated quench of transducin activation in vitro. Biochemistry 38:3770-3777.

 

Robinson, P.R., K. Griffith, J.M. Gross, and M.C. O’Neill  (1999)  A back-propagation neural  network predicts absorption maxima of chimeric human red/green visual pigments.  Vision Research 39:1707-1712. (P.R. Robinson Primary author)

 

Fasick, J.I. and P.R. Robinson  (1998)  Mechanism of spectral tuning in the dolphin visual pigments.  Biochemistry 37:433-438.

 

Fasick,  J.I., T. Cronin, D. Hunt and P.R. Robinson  (1998)  The visual pigments of the  bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus).  Visual Neuroscience 15:643-651.

 

Weng K, C. Lu , L.P.Daggett , R. Kuhn , P.J.Flor, E.C.Johnson, P.R. Robinson .(1997)    Functional coupling of a human retinal metabotropic glutamate receptor (hmGluR6) to
bovine rod transducin and rat Go in an in vitro reconstitution system. J Biol Chem. 272(52):33100-4.

 

Robinson P.R., J.Buczylko , H. Ohguro , K. Palczewski. (1993) Opsins with mutations at the site of chromophore attachment constitutively activate transducin but are not phosphorylated by rhodopsin kinase. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.  91(12):5411-5.  (P.R. Robinson Primary author)

 

Cohen G.B., T.Yang T, P.R. Robinson , D.D. Oprian. (1993) Constitutive activation of opsin: influence of charge at position 134 and size at position 296.Biochemistry. 32(23):6111-5.

 

Cohen G.B., D.D.Oprian , P.R.Robinson . (1992) Mechanism of activation and inactivation of opsin: role of Glu113 and Lys296.Biochemistry. 31(50):12592-601.

 

Kahana A., P.R. Robinson, Lewis LJ, Szuts EZ, Lisman JE. (1992) ATP-independent deactivation of squid rhodopsin. Vis Neurosci. 9(6):595-602.

 

Zhukovsky EA, P.R.Robinson , D.D.Oprian.(1992) Changing the location of the Schiff base counterion in rhodopsin. Biochemistry. 31(42):10400-5.

 

Robinson, P.R., G.B. Cohen, E.A. Zhukovsky, and D.D. Oprian (1992) Constitutively Active Mutants of Rhodopsin. Neuron 9:1-7.

 

Erickson,M., P.R. Robinson, and J. Lisman (1992) Deactivation of Visual Transduction can  occur without GTP hydrolysis. Science 257: 1255-1258.

 

Zhukovsky EA, P.R.Robinson , D.D.Oprian.(1991) Rhodopsin does not require a covalent bond  to 11-Cis-Retinal Chromophore. Science 251:558-560.

 

Robinson, P.R., S.F. Woods, E.Z. Szuts, A. Fein, H. Hamm and J.E. Lisman (1990) GTP-   Binding proteins in squid photoreceptor membranes. Biochemical Journal 272:79- 85.

 

Robinson, P.R., R.H. Cote,(1989) Characterization of guanylate cyclase in squid photoreceptors. Vis Neurosci. 3(1):1-7.

 

Johnson EC, P.R. Robinson, J.E. Lisman . (1986) Cyclic GMP is involved in the excitation of  invertebrate photoreceptors.Nature. 324(6096):468-70.

 

 Robinson, P.R., Radeke MJ, Cote RH, Bownds MD. (1986) cGMP influences guanine nucleotide binding to frog photoreceptor G-protein.J Biol Chem. 261(1):313-8.

 

Robinson PR, Kawamura S, Abramson B, Bownds MD.(1980) Control of the cyclic GMP phosphodiesterase of frog photoreceptor membranes.J Gen Physiol. 76(5):631-45.

 

 

Chapters in Books

Robinson, PR. (2000) Assays for detection of constitutively active opsins. Methods Enzymol. 315:207-18.

 

Reviews

Brown, R.L. and P.R. Robinson.  (2004) Melanopsin-Shedding Light on the Elusive Circadian Photopigment.  Chronobiology International.21:189-204 .

 

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PRESENTATIONS

 

Conference Presentations (16 Invited Talks)

 

Robinson, Phyllis R. Best Practices in Cultivating Success for Underrepresented Populations  Pursuing Degrees in Higher Education. University of Albany, Albany, NY December, 2017.

 

Robinson, Phyllis R. Career-Diversity Workshop :”Seeing the Future: Vision careers in industry, government and academia” FASEB The Biology and Chemistry of Vision Steamboat Springs,Colorado, June 25-30, 2017

 

Robinson, Phyllis Non-image forming vision in Cetaceans: What is melanopsin doing in the Aquatic mammal eye? Marine Mammal Sensory Systems: an Integrated Perspective. Society for

Marine Mammalogy Biennial Conference on Marine Mammal Biology Post-Conference workshop October 29 2017 Halifax, Nova Scotia

 

Robinson, Phyllis UMBC ADVANCE model for Institutionalization. ADVANCE sustainability Symposium , October 24, 2016 Cincinnati, OH

 

Robinson, Phyllis, Hye-Won Kang, Kathleen Hoffman . Modeling of the Melanopsin Phototransduction Cascade. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, August 4-7, 2014 Charlotte, NC

 

Robinson , Phyllis R., and Megan Porter., Shedding New Light on Opsin Evolution, International Society for Eye  Research July 21-25, 2012 Berlin, Germany

 

Robinson , Phyllis R.,  Mentoring Women Faculty in STEM, ADVANCE conference Auburn University , May 18-19, 2009, Auburn, Al.

 

Robinson , Phyllis R.,  Mentoring Women Faculty in STEM,  AWIS Conference, March 25,   2006, Arlington, VA.

 

Robinson, Phyllis R., Molecular Characterization of Melanopsin, circadian photopigment, FASEB, Biology and Chemistry of Vision, Tucson, Arizona, June 18 -23, 2005.

 

Robinson, P R., J. I. Fasick, and L. Newman, Molecular Characterization of Rod and Cone Based Vision in Aquatic Mammals, Fourth Triannual Convention on the Evolution of     Aquatic Tetrapods, Akron, Ohio, May 16-20, 2005.

 

Robinson,P.R.,and M.T. Walker, Molecular characterization of the novel photopigment, melanopsin, The 32nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Photobiology, Seattle, WA July 10-14, 2004.

 

Gregurick,SK, Y. Ling, M. Ascano, P.R. Robinson, Monte Carlo- Simulated Annealing Computational Studies of the Bovine Rhosopsin-Arrestin Complex, including Mutation Studies of key residues, 48 th Annual Meeting of Biophysical Society, Baltimore, MD      February 14-18, 2004.

 

Robinson,P.R., Lucy A. Newman, T.W. Cronin, and R. Lane Brown, Characterization of  the in vitro properties of the novel photopigment, Melanopsin, The 31st Annual Meeting of the American Society for Photobiology, Baltimore, MD July 5-7, 2003.

 

Robinson,P.R., Ascano M , Ling Y, , Gregurick SK., Experimental and computational  characterization of the interaction of the phosphorylated residues on the carboxy-tail of bovine rhodopsin and arrestin. The 31st Annual Meeting of the American Society for  Photobiology, Baltimore, MD July 5-7, 2003.

 

Robinson, P R., J. I. Fasick, and L. Newman, Molecular Characterization of visual pigments in   Aquatic Mammals, 10th Congress of the European Society for Photobiology, Vienna, Austria, September 6-11, 2003

 

Robinson, Phyllis R., J. I. Fasick, and L. Newman, Molecular Characterization of Opsins From Aquatic Mammals: Insights into Spectral Tuning Mechanisms and the Evolution of Mammalian Color Vision, 10th International Conference of Retinal Proteins, Seattle, WA,  August 20-24, 2002.

 

 

Conference talk and Poster Presentations :

 

Juan C. Valdez-Lopez, Stephen Petr, Matthew P. Donohue, Haya AlGrain, Jair Flores, Olanik Awotunde, Thomas Burnett, Meheret Gebreegziabher, Alexis Rubin, Evan G. Cameron, Veronika Szalai, Phyllis Robinson, Unique Molecular Determinants that Contribute to Melanopsin’s (Opn4) Capability to Sustain Light Responses, ARVO 2017, Baltimore, Maryland, May 2017.

 

Somasundaram, P., Fernandez, D., Rupp, A., Badea T.C., Brown R.L., Hattar, S., Robinson, P.R. C-terminal phosphorylation regulates the kinetics of a subset of melanopsin-mediated behaviors in mice.  Poster presented at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology conference, Baltimore MD. (May 2017).

 

Somasundaram, P., Fernandez, D., Rupp, A., Badea T.C., Brown R.L., Hattar, S., Robinson, P.R. C-terminal phosphorylation regulates the kinetics of a subset of melanopsin-mediated behaviors in mice. Short talk presented at Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology conference, Steamboat springs, Colorado, (June 2017).

 

Algrain, H, Juan Valdez-Lopez, Jeff Fasick, Phyllis Robinson, The Adaptation of Melanopsin Signaling Kinetics in Rod Monochromats, FASEB The Biology and Chemistry of Vision Steamboat Spring, CO June 2017

 

AlGrain, Haya, Jeff Fasick, Phyllis Robinson, Cetacean sunglasses? Deactivation kinetics of melanopsin in cetacean rod monochromats, The Society for Marine Mammalogy, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada, October 22-27, 2017

 

Juan C. Valdez-Lopez, Stephen Petr, Matthew P. Donohue, Haya AlGrain, Jair Flores, Olanike Awotunde, Thomas Burnett, Meheret Gebreegziabher, Alexis Rubin, Evan G. Cameron, Veronika Szalai, Phyllis Robinson, Unique Molecular Determinants that Contribute to Melanopsin’s (Opn4) Capability to Sustain Light Responses FASEB The Biology and Chemistry of Vision, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, June 2017

 

Fasick, J, Samuels, C., Algrai, H., and Robinson, P.R. The role of Melanopsin and Melatoni in Right Whales: Photoreceptors Protection from Bright Light and the Possible Loss of Circadian  Rhythms. North Atlantic Right Whale Cosortium Aual Meetig New Bedford, MA November  2016.

 

Somasundaram, P., Fernandez, D., Rupp, A., Badea T.C., Brown R.L., Hattar, S., Robinson, P.R. C-terminal phosphorylation of mouse melanopsin plays a crucial role in the kinetics of non-image forming visual behavior. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience conference, San Diego (November 2016).

 

Somasundaram, P and Phyllis R. Robinson, The role of melanopsin phosphorylation in mouse behavior and physiology, Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C. (November , 2014)

 

Cameron, Evan and Phyllis R. Robinson, Exploring β-arrestin Function in the Melanopsin Signaling Pathway FASEB: Biology and Chemistry of Vision – Carefree, AZ ( July, 2011)

 

Cameron, Evan, Joe Blasic, Phyllis R. Robinson, Exploring Arrestin Function in the Melanopsin Signaling Pathway FASEB: Biology and Chemistry of Vision – Snowmass, CO (June, 2009)

 

Porter, M.L.,M. Bok  P.R. Robinson, and T.W. Cronin, Evolutionary Pattern of Opsin     Expression in Stamatopod Polarization-Sensitive Photoreceptors. FASEB Summer Research Conference, June, 2007, Snowmass Village, CO (Poster Presentation).

 

Nickle, B. and P.R. Robinson, Constitutive activation in a long wavelenght sensitive opsin. FASEB Summer Research Conference, June, 2007, Snowmass Village, CO (Poster Presentation).

 

Walker, M.T., R.K. Crouch, R.L. Brown and P.R. Robinson, Spectral analysis of endogenous

mouse melanopsin. FASEB Summer Research Conference, June, 2007, Snowmass Village,  CO (Poster Presentation).

 

Blasic, J.R., Jr., M.T. Walker, A.S. Woods and P.R. Robinson, Light Dependent

Phosphorylation of Melanopsin . FASEB Summer Research Conference, June, 2007, Snowmass Village, CO (Poster Presentation).

 

Porter, M.L., P.R. Robinson, and T.W. Cronin  Stomatopod opsin evolution: Patterns of expression in a complex color visual system. Tenth Annual Vision Research Conference, Rhodopsin: Advances and Perspectives. May, 2006, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Poster Presentation).

 

Smith, W., M. Ascano, S. Gregurick, and P. Robinson, New Elements Responsible for Regulating the Selectivity of Arrestin for Phosphorylated Photoactivated Rhodopsin. ARVO. May, 2006, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Oral Presentation).

 

Nickle B. S. E. Wilkie, J. A. Cowing, D. M. Hunt and P.R. Robinson, Changes in Constitutive Activation Among Vertebrate Opsins, ARVO. May, 2006, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Poster Presentation).

 

Walker, MT and P.R. Robinson,  Characterization of the Light Activated Properties of the Novel Melanopsin,  ARVO. May, 2006, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Poster Presentation).

 

Jackson, Mary Ellen, Dr.Phyllis Robinson, Sarah Conolly Hokenmaier, Dr. J. Lynn Zimmerman, Faculty Horizons: Recruiting a Diverse Workforce, National Academies Convocation on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering, December 9, 2005, Washington, D.C. (Poster Presentation).

 

Walker, MT and P.R. Robinson,  Characterization of the Light Activated Properties of the    Novel Melanopsin, The 3rd Neuron Satellite Meeting (Neurons and sensory systems),             November 2005, Washington, DC (Poster Presentation)

 

Walker, MT and P.R. Robinson,  Characterization of the Light Activated Properties of the    Novel Melanopsin, FASEB Summer Research Conference, June, 2005, Tucson, AZ       (Poster Presentation)

 

Walker, MT and P.R. Robinson,  Characterization of the Light Activated Properties of the    Novel Melanopsin, The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)   annual meeting, April 2005, Fort Lauderdale, FL (Poster Presentation)

 

Walker,M.T., and P.R. Robinson,  Characterization of the Light Activated Properties of the Novel Melanopsin, ARVO, April, 2004, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, (Poster Presentation).

 

Ascano M., and P.R. Robinson, The Role of Phosphorylatable residues during the       Deactivation of Rhodopsin by Arrestin and p44, 48 th Annual Meeting of Biophysical            Society, Baltimore, MD February 14-18, 2004, (Poster Presentation).

 

Newman, L.A. and P.R. Robinson, An investigation of the color vision of marine mammals, ARVO, April, 2002, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, (Poster Presentation).

 

Robinson,P.R., Lucy A. Newman, T.W. Cronin, and R. Lane Brown, Characterization of Melanopsin, A Candidate Photopigment for Circadian Entrainment, Eight Meeting for research on Biological Rhythms, May, 2002, Jacksonville, FL. (Poster Presentation)

 

Ascano,M., M.Brannock, and P.R. Robinson, Identification of Residues Required for Wt Arrerstin-Mediated Rhodopsin Deactivation, FASEB, Biology and Chemistry of Vision, Tucson, Arizona, June, 2001. (Poster Presentation)

 

Newman, L.A. and P.R. Robinson, An investigation of the color vision of marine mammals, FASEB, Biology and Chemistry of Vision, Tucson, Arizona, June, 2001. (Poster Presentation)

 

Ascano,M., M.Brannock, and P.R. Robinson, Arrerstin-Mediated Deactivation of Singly Phosphorylated Rhodopsin in vitro, FASEB, Biology and Chemistry of Vision, Copper Mountain, CO, June, 1999. (Poster Presentation)

 

Cronin, T.W., P.R. Robinson, J. I. Fasick and R. Kroeger, Vision in Marine Mammals: Research Results from Stranded Animals, Northeast Stranding Conference, Baltimore,MD, May 20-23, 1999.  (Oral Presentation)

 

Fasick, J.I. and P.R. Robinson, The Visual pigments of the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncates), Fifth Annual Atlantic Coastal Dolphin Conference, Wilmington, NC, April 4-6, 1997. (Oral Presentation)

 

Fasick, J.I. and P.R. Robinson, Color vision and the visual pigments of the bottlenose dolphin, Twenty-fifth Annual Conference of the International Marine Animal Trainers Association, Baltimore, MD, October 26-31, 1997. (Oral Presentation)

 

Brannock, M.W., K. Weng, and P.R. Robinson, Rhodopsin’s carboxyl terminal threonines are required for the arrestin mediated quench of transducin, FASEB, Biology and Chemistry of Vision, Tucson, Arizona, July 20-25, 1997. (Poster Presentation)

 

Fasick, J.I. and P.R. Robinson, Dolphin visual pigments are blue shifted and have only a single cone class, FASEB, Biology and Chemistry of Vision, Tucson, Arizona, July 20-25, 1997. (Poster Presentation)

 

Fasick, J.I. and P.R. Robinson, Molecular cloning and characterization of rhodopsin in the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncates), The fourth Annual Atlantic Coastal Dolphin Conference, Charleston, SC, March 22-24, 1996. (Poster Presentation)

 

Weng K, C. Lu , L.P.Daggett , G. Velioelebi, E.C.Johnson, P.R. Robinson, Functional coupling of mGluR6 to transducin, The Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., November 16-21, 1996. (Poster Presentation)

 

Fasick, J.I. and P.R. Robinson, Molecular cloning and characterization of rhodopsin in the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncates), The Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., November 16-21, 1996. (Poster Presentation)

 

Robinson, P.R. M. Brannock and K. Weng, The effects of rhodopsin phosphorylation cannot be duplicated with glutamic acid substitution at the phosphorylation sites, ARVO. April  1996, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Poster Presentation).